Various views taken during the extravehicular activity (EVA) on the STS-101 mission. Views include: dark view of helmet lights during EVA (038). STS-101 mission specialist Jim Voss (EV2) is photographed standing in a portable foot restraint at the end of the Remote Manipulator System (RMS) end effector. He is holding a piece of the Russian Strela crane which is be be installed and moved from its present position on Pressurized Mating Adapter 2 (PMA-2) to PMA-1. STS-101 mission specialist Jeffrey N. Williams (EV1) can be seen in the foreground near PMA-2. An Earth limb forms the background (039-41). Williams prepares the Strela Operator Post as Voss (background on RMS) prepares to attach the Strela crane to the post (042-49). Portrait view of Williams with his helmet visor down due to sun glare during the EVA (050). Portrait view of Williams during the EVA with a slightly out of focus and cloudy Earth in the background (051-58). Portrait view of Voss during the EVA with the Node 1/Unity module partially visible on the right (059-61). Williams, with his helmet visor down, waves to the camera from behind the Node 1/Unity module (visible in the foreground). An Earth limb is visible in the background. Also, a sunglint is visible as a reflection in his visor (062-64). Williams (with his visor up) waves to the camera from behind the Node 1/Unity module (visible in the foreground) with an Earth limb in the background (065-66). Slightly overexposed close-up views of Williams holding on to PMA-2 during the EVA with an Earth limb in the background (067-69). Various views of Williams holding on to a handrail on the Node 1/Unity module with an Earth limb in the background (070-75). Portrait views of Williams in front of the orbiter aft flight deck windows with part of PMA-2 in the background (076-86).